Mobile me not updating
This is often seen after you havetransferred a large amount of data from the internal storage to an SD card, and the cache has not been properly erased.This is infuriating when you know there should be enough storage space on the device to install the app, but first you'll need to clear up some junk files and empty Android's cache.On most Android phones this is as simple as opening the Settings menu, browsing to the Storage menu, tapping on Cached data and selecting OK to the pop-up when it prompts you to clear cached data.You can also manually clear the app cache for individual apps by going to Settings, Apps, selecting an app and choosing Clear Cache.That is entirely dependent on what device you have (and sometimes which operator you are with).Unfortunately, about two years into the device's lifetime you might see updates becoming rarer.Your phone or tablet will now search for an available update.If you are taken to another menu, select the 'Software update check' button or similar.
If you've cleared out all the files you don't need and you're still receiving the "insufficient storage available" error message and don't really know why, you need to clear out Android's cache.The upgrade shouldn't affect your data but there are no guarantees.Check out our complete guide to backing up an Android device to find out how.Note: You device may require a Wi-Fi connection to search for an update.
We also recommend downloading the software over Wi-Fi because the file size can be large.(If you are running Android Marshmallow, go to Settings, Apps, select an app, tap Storage and then choose Clear Cache.) If this doesn't work for you, there is a free app you can download (presuming you now have enough space) that can do this for you. A free app called App Cache Cleaner – 1Tap Clean can automate clearing out junk files for you.